Psychology | Human Sexuality
P657 | 3503 | C. Graham
P657 Human Sexuality requires graduate standing in psychology or
consent of instructor.
This course wil examine recent advances in the study of human sexual
behavior. Emphasis will be placed on the broad variety of factors and
the complexity of their interactions which need to be considered when
attempting to understand human sexuality. Topics will include: the
biological basis of human sexuality, sexual development and
orientation, sexual problems, and patterns of sexual behavior.
Format: Mainly class discussion based on readings and student
Required papers, tests, & grades: Grades will be based on
presentations and papers.
Availability of instructor: Office hours will be posted or by